Woolly Mammoth cloning starts war between good and bad ethics

November 17, 2014 6:10 PM

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The Woolly Mammoth has been extinct for thousands of years, and recently a debate has been reignited over the idea of cloning the once massive beast and bringing the species back to life. Scientists in South Korea believe that they could bring such an animal back to life using the DNA that was found inside a mammoth that was exceptionally well-preserved in the Siberian snow.

Sooam, a South Korean biotech company, is the one responsible for funding this project and members within the company, and facility believe that cloning this creature is a very realistic expectation. However, many individuals from the outside question the ethics of cloning – as it raises serious con...

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